Label: Essential - 4105015-2,Abril Music - 4105015-2 • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
Originally released in This version is a repress of Black Sabbath - Vol 4 released sometime between , when the plant in Blackburn was named EDC. A similar version exists which was pressed in Germany. The only differences are in the matrix. Recorded at Record Plant Los Angeles.
Black Sabbath is credited with inventing Heavy Metal. In Vol 4, they created the "Heavy Metal Album". Everyone who is considered to be hard rock follows this pattern. There is at least one slower ballad on the album and at least one song that is lighter than most of the tracks. There is usually an instrumental, experimental number/5().
Black Sabbath unleashed the group’s fourth album in two years in with Vol 4. Stacked with classic tracks like “Supernaut,” “Changes,” and “Snowblind,” the record harnessed the group’s surging popularity to reach the Top 10 on the Albums Chart in the U.K. and the Top 20 on the Billboard in the U.S., on its path to being certified platinum by the RIAA/5().
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Black Sabbath, Paranoid, Masters of reality and Vol.4 are the four classic albums of the band. The great classics of Black Sabbath are in these ly recommended for anyone who likes hard rock. SOUND: Production was handled by Patrick Meehan in conjunction with Black Sabbath, and the difference is instantly apparent/5().
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